An Android Eclipse Tweak to make it look a stellar Android IDE. This if for those who use Linux and thus the gtkrc is tied to the theme engine one might be using OS wise. If not using Linux than only use the css file and rename it to your OS type and avoid using the bash script and gtkrc files.
What is Included
A GTKRC file A bash script file An css file
Requires Eclipse 4.x or higher.
On Linux I use claerlooks theme engine and abwatia so the gtkrc file is tied to that theme engine. However, you can use it as a guide to change your theme engine gtkrc file to match mine and it should work.
Install the bash script and the css file in your eclipse folder. Its the GTK choice in windows general appearance.
Rename the css file to the one the Eclipse platform expects for Mac. Install the css file in your metadata hidden folder named .e4css that you create in your user home directory. Its the Mac choice in windows general appearance.
Rename the css file to the Windows OS variation name that Eclipse expects. Install the css file matchingyour system OS version in the metadate hidden folder you create in your user home directory named .e4css. It will be the Windows variation choice name in windows general appearance.
Currently usable but beta.
My modifications are under Copyright 2012, Apache License 2.0.